Motivation and personality

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Harper & Row, 1970 - Psychology - 369 pages
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A psychological approach to science; Problem contering vs. means centering in science; Preface to motivation theory; A theory of human motivation; The role of basic need gratification in psychological theory; The instinctoid nature of basic needs; Higher and lower needs; Psychopathogenesis and the theory of thereat; Normality, health and values.

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User Review  - Ilya Mrz - Goodreads

“What one *can* be, one *must* be!” “They have become strong enough to be independent of the good opinion of other people, or even of their affection. The honors, the status, the rewards, the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Yi Chen Chong - Goodreads

Interesting read, and his points were stated clearly. Not to say that I agree with them, but certainly a major work in psychology Read full review


A Psychological Approach to Science
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